Al-Rafidain Co. is considered one of the largest flour mills in Iraq, it was established in 1942. Its production capacity is 350 ton/ day and has a storage capacity of 10,000 tons. It is located in the middle of the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Since its establishment in 1942, the mill has gone through several upgrades, at first, the mill was fully equipped with milling machines from the German company Miag, then in 1982 the mill was upgraded and modern equipment was added, most equipments were replaced from the Italian company Ocrim. Then in the nineties, Al-Hazaa Group upgraded the mill again, in cooperation with the Swiss Company Bühler. Today, the mill owns the latest and most modern milling equipment supplied by Bühler. Today, the mill is considered one of the best and most prestigious flour mills in Iraq and is distinguished by its beautiful building located in the center of the capital, Baghdad.
Al-Rafidain Mill has always had an important role in supplying flour to Iraqi citizens during all times throughout its history. It has been always operating to its full capacity to ensure the provision of flour for the ration cards.
Al-Rafidain Mill is also one of the oldest flour mills in Iraq. The Mill was featured in Bühler’s magazine in 1981 as one of the oldest flour mills in the Arab world.